I’m not sure that anyone who grew up in the age of smartphones has any interest in GameBoy style games, but I hope they’ve got at least enough to give the Squidlit games a chance.
For week 2 of Shmuptember, Capsulejay reviews the iconic shmup, Cotton Reboot, and gives his impressions of the hyper-violent Trigger Witch.
Fort Triumph is a totally solid game with some really cool ideas, but something isn’t quite clicking.
Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart is available on Playstation 5. I'm always hesitant jumping into a series part-way. Especially in an age...
Hoa is a beautiful work of art with a philosophical story to it. Just beware of the drastic shift it takes.
Mayhem Brawler is a solid, straightforward brawler that at least tries to talk about the ethics of policing.
Nintendo is reportedly bringing Game Boy and Game Boy Color games to its subscription service. Here’s what they should include…
SkateBIRD is a silly, charming indie game with adorable birds, silly writing, and great music that happens to be structured like a skateboarding game.
Spartan Fist is an action rogue-like that’s just a bit different… you can use a bear claw to cause a robot to explode into rainbow confetti!
Check out this great overview guide of playing Genshin Impact Free-to-Play! See what that means and how to get the most out of it.
For week 1 of his Shmuptember celebration, Capsulejay flew through bullet hell with 2 indie shmups Crimzon Clover and Wings of Bluestar.
Curious Expedition 2 (Switch) Review: storytelling, exploration, combat, and one chef’s personal journey to overcome his prejudices
Curious Expedition 2 mixes the narrative drive of a visual novel with the emergent storytelling of a procedural rogue-like and diced-based mechanics to create an experience that is absolutely captivating.